In response to Kathy Gyngell: The Brexit campaign is a fast-motion car crash, amac wrote:
Vote Leave are throwing this away. Brexit has the best arguments across the board. Immigration, defence, NHS, democracy and the economy.
Remain has fear of the unknown, and being worse off.
Cameron has given up talking about anything but the economy and fear of change and has lined up anyone and everyone to help him.
Vote Leave have lined up nobody and can’t even get Boris to put a proper shift in. Gove, Farage and Gisela Stuart are the star performers. Gisela Stuart reaches across to everyone: man, woman, left and right and is very steady and reassuring. She has the priceless attributes of not being overly exposed, experienced, foreign and genuinely likeable.
I’m genuinely astounded that Ukip foot soldiers haven’t been seconded into Vote Leave and that there are no sustained internet videos and effective debaters queuing up to get a unified message across.
Unify the message, undermine Cameron, get your best faces on TV and work harder and show some signs of being a team.
No more Boris on his bike being interviewed off the cuff. Get him in a studio; it’s serious. Pick the venues, be seen with large crowds of supporters, people like to be associated with success, with winners not some bloke talking about African heritage with a helmet on.